Free Read eBook Death by GaslightAuthor Michael Kurland – groundhogwalking.co.uk

Death by Gaslight Blue blood is flowing in London as a killer slits the throats of the cream of England s aristocracy Naturally Scotland Yard enlists the great Sherlock Holmes himself Only when this ultimate weapon of the law failed to stem the deaths are they forced to play a last desperate card Professor James Moriarty, the Napoleon of Crime. New Download [ Death by Gaslight ] By [ Michael Kurland ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. There are books, and there are Books, with a capital B Such books suck you into a vortex, where you remain the unblinking eye while cyclones may wreck havoc elsewhere The book under review is a classic example Once I began reading, I simply couldn t stop until it was over This novel has a mix of everything that one conjures u...

  2. More like 3.75 stars Twas enjoyable.

  3. Enjoyable read.

  4. Not one of the better books I have read.

  5. I read a later instalment in this series just recently which I enjoyed farthan this one..this in itself was a good adventure within the Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes universe but I found the story a little slow and pondersome at times.Though in some ways a pastiche of the Holmes tales this book relied little on detection andon floor work.I can t really go into much of it without ruining the premise but it is a story of an investigation by both Holmes and Moriarty separately and occasi I read a later instalment in this series just recently which I enjoyed farthan this one..this in itself was a good adventure within the Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes universe but I found the story a little slow and pondersome at times.Though in some ways a pastiche of the Holmes tales this book relied little on detection andon floor work.I can t really go into much of it without ruining the premise but it is a story of an investigation by both Holmes and Moriarty separately and occasionally together...

  6. This is the second book of a series of Sherlock Holmes inspired novels with a difference, Professor James Moriarty is the subject here, instead of the erstwhile detective It is shaping up to be quite an enjoyable experience, viewing the world of Sherlock Holmes through a completely different set of eyes Death by Gaslight is far superior to the first in the series, The Infernal Device, ironing out some of the problems with that book as well With The Infernal Device, although it was a very en This is the second book of a series of Sherlock Holmes inspired novels with a difference, Professor James Moriarty is the subject here, instead of the erstwhile detective It is shaping up to be quite an enjoyable experience, viewing the world of Sherlock Holmes through a completely different set of eyes Death by Gaslight is far superior to the first in the series, The Infernal Device, ironing out some of the problems wi...

  7. The second in Kurland s Moriarty series after Infernal Device I suppose now they d be tarted up as steampunk mysteries It was all right as a diversion, but I was dubious about some of the language and attitudes for the period and place The young woman s aspirations to be a journalist were believable, and I liked the way she and her young man worked things out Where I was dubious was the purpose of the villainous secret society, though I can t say much for fear of spoilers, other than that m The second in Kurland s Moriarty series after Infernal Device I suppose now they d be tarted up as steampunk mysteries It was all right as a diversion, but I was dubious about some of the language and attitudes for the period and place The young woman s aspirations to be a journalist were believable, and I liked the way she and her young man worked things out Where I was dubious was the purpose of the villainous s...

  8. Didn t enjoy it as much as the first one Don t think I ll bother further with the series.

  9. Great read Fun ending.

  10. Engaging reading, with fascinating characters I enjoyed the concept of seeing a mystery through Professor Moriarty s eyes Definitely recommend this book.